Former Labour leader urges May to call further referendum if she loses Commons vote on deal

Theresa May does not have to resign or call a general election if she is defeated in the Commons in a vote on the terms of the Brexit deal this Autumn, but can instead put the issue back to the people in a referendum, Tony Blair has said.

Speaking at a UK in a Changing Europe event, marking a year since Britain notified the EU of its intention to leave, the former Labour prime minister urged Tory MPs to recognise that they could keep May in power if she were defeated on the deal.

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